Hazy air due to dry spell


Murky drive: The conditions in Klang yesterday at around 7.45am. The poor visibility was brought about by localised pollution and not from fires in neighbouring countries.

KUALA LUMPUR: The hazy conditions experienced in some areas in the country are due to the ongoing dry spell and lack of strong winds, said the Meteorological Department.

Department National Weather Centre senior meteorologist Dr Hisham Mohd Anip said that Malaysians need not worry too much as conditions should improve by Sunday.

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